IELTS Speaking Test Part 1 – Mobile Phones

IELTS Speaking Test Part 1 Questions – Mobile / Cellular / Cell Phones

Do you have a mobile phone (= “a cell phone”)?

Do you use a cell phone?

What do you use it for?

How often do you use it?

When did you get it?

When did you get your first mobile phone?

How did you feel when you got your first mobile phone?

What feature (or, function) of your cell phone do you like the best?

Is there anything you dislike about using cell phones?

Is your cellphone very important to you?

Are cellphones (or, mobile phones) very popular in your country?

(Why?) How often do you use a cellphone?

When do you usually use your cellphone and for what purposes?

Which do you prefer to use, a cellphone or a normal house phone (= ‘a fixed-line phone’)?

(Why?) What are the differences between cell phones and typical house phones?

Do you think cellphones are important for modern people?

What services does your cellphone have that fixed phones don’t have?

How do you think cellphones will develop in the future?

How has advertising for cellphones developed in recent years?

Are there any differences between the cellphones (= mobile phones) that men use and those that women use?

Do you have a mobile phone (= “a cell phone”)?

Do you use a cell phone?

Is your cell phone important for you in your daily life?

How did you get your first mobile phone?

How did you feel when you got your first mobile phone?

What feature (or, function) of your cell phone do you like the best?

Is there anything you dislike about using cell phones?

 

ANSWER: Things you can say about mobile phones and cell phones

Good things about mobile / cellular / cell phones

They are the most poupular type of gadget in the world today

The way we communicate has been revolutionized by cellular phones

We can stay in contact with everyone no matter where we are

They allow users to communictae by text messages, making calls,and sending emails

Mobile phones provide easy access to the Internet and users can also take photos and listen to music all on one gadget

Bad things about mobile / cellular phones

Mobile phones may cause some problems in certain public areas

When they ring in public places like cinemas and schools they create a disturbance

Some people seem not to be aware that other people can hear the conversation

Mobile or cellular phones can interfere with the operation of other electronic equipment

Excessive use of mobile phones can cause brain damage due to radiofrequency (RF) waves they emit

Using a mobile or cellular phone can be a dangerous distraction when trying to certain other activities

Talking or texting on a mobile or cell phone while driving is very dangerous

Mobile phones are easy targets for thieves in many places

Opinions about mobile / cellular / cell phones

The benefits of cell phones are greater than the drawbacks

Mobile phones have more advantages than disadvantages

If we use cellular phones with care, they cause very few problems

Mobile phones / cell phones are essential nowadays

Many mobile phones have become a fashion accessory for some people

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